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Royal Townhouse Bali

The Royal Townhouse Bali is located just of the main road of Jl. Dewi Sri. Considered the best upcoming area of Kuta today. In the last 2 years it had the highest influx of development in all of Bali. New hotels, villas, restaurants are literally filling the area. Jl. Dewi Sri is said to be the new hot spot for investment. The reasons for this influx are obvious, all directions out of Dewi Sri lead you to somewhere relevant to Bali. Within 2 min is famous Legian street, 66 beach, Bintang supermarket and highway to the airport, Nusa Dua and Sanur. That's why making all investment in the area is secure, smart and unstoppable.


Exciting new upgrades in Bali

New airport

Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar InternationalAirport, is located in Tuban on the island of Bali between Kuta and Jimbaran and is close to the tourist locations, the resort center being Kuta, where Royal Townhouse Bali is located, it is 2.5 km north of the airport, and the capital of Bali is Denpasar which is nearby. With about 12 to 15 percent passengers growth annually, a new modern international terminal was open for service since October 2013 when there was the APEC summit in Bali. The airport will reach 20 million passengers per annum by 2017.

New Benoa / Nusa Dua Highway

Toll roads in Bali are connecting the three regions. All this region is a tourist area. Namely, Nusa Dua, Benoa, and Ngurah Rai airport. Nusa Dua is a famous tourist area and hotels in Bali, Benoa is an international seaport visited by many cruise ships, and airport of Ngurah Rai, an international airport, where the first arrival of tourists from various countries. Highway that connects these three areas, was very crowded, traffic jams occured frequently, from morning to evening. Tourists created stress and discomfort. For that reason, the government built a toll road Nusa Dua-Airport-Benoa and now solved this situation.


Besakih Temple (Eastern Bali)

Basakih Temple, also known as the "mother temple" of Bali sits on the slopes of Mount Agung, at a lofty 1,000m. Besakih is the largest of all the Balinese temples. Eighteen separate sanctuaries belonging to different caste groups surround the three main temples dedicated to Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu.

Tanah Lot Temple (Tabanan)

Tanah Lot must be the island's most iconic temple. This temple is perched on top of a huge rock, and surrounded by the sea with waves constantly crashing on to its base. As among Bali's most important sea temples, Tanah Lot pays to guardian spirits of the sea. The temple serves as foreground to the most picturesque sunsets.

Uluwatu Temple (Ulwatu)

Ulwatu is among the Bali's most important sea temples, perched on a cliff edge in the southwestern Bukit peninsula. Here you can catch dramatic sunsets such as at Tanah Lot, Ulwatu also features an open amphitheater close by, where sunset kecak fire dances can be enjoyed. A monkey forest also borders the temple grounds.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces (Ubud)

Ubud is famouns for its scenic expanses of rice fields. And the paddies with the best vantage point are just up north from the main Ubud center, along the road of Tegallalang, Here, roadside stalls and art offering items and curios of all kinds line the street, as well as small restaurants offering diners great views.

Kintamani (North-western Bali)

Kintamani, located in the Karangasem Regency, is Mount Batur and the Caldera Lake. A favorite stopover on tour itineraries to this region is Penelokan, which aptly means "scenic stopover". The still-active Mount Batur volcano has erupted about 24 times since 1800, each time reshaping the surrounding landscape.

Garuda Wisnu Kencana (Southern Bali)

Garuda Waisnu Kencana (commonly known as GWK) is a cultural park surrounding the main unfinished monument that depicts the Hindu god Vishnu riding the mythical Garuda bird. The complex is located in an abandoned limestone excavation. GWK also has restaurants and an amphitheater whrere regular performance take place.

Bali Safari and Marine Park (Gianyar)

Bali Safari & Marine Park is Bali's largest animal theme park. The park is home to over 60 species, all roaming freely within their enclosures built to closely mimic their natural habitats. Bus safaris take visitors on tours 'round the world', and animal talent shows are held regularly. Aquariums holding exotic fish specimens are nearby.

Elephant Safari Park of Desa Taro (North Ubud)

Bali's majestic elephants can be found at the Bali Elephant Safari Park located in the village of Taro, north of Ubud. This park offers visitors the opportunity to get up close and personal with these peaceful pachyderms and to also go on village and jungle sightseeing expeditions while riding on top of these gentle giants.

Bali Botanical Garden (Denpasar)

Bali Botanical Garden is home to over 2000 plant pecies, set over and expansive 158 Ha of lush gardens, with botanical specimens acquired from all over Indonesia and through commercial nurseries, breeding programs and expeditions. Ferns, orchids, cacti, medicinal plants, roses, and aquatic plants within its vast collection.

Kecak Dance (Denpasar)

The Kecak is a ritual dance created in the early 1930 for the movie 'island of the Demons' by German artist, Walter Spies. The dance combines the chorus of the Sanghyang trance dance with an episode from the Ramayana epic. Up to 100 male performers provide the main chorus and choreography.


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